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  • MCAS Miramar Air show is Friday through Sunday

    MCAS Miramar Air show is Friday through Sunday

    The MCAS Miramar Air Show returns Friday through Sunday with aerial shows and demonstrations to entertain the whole family. The theme of this year’s show is “A Salute to Vietnam Veterans” and will include a display of the mobile Vietnam Memorial wall, with daily lapel pin presentations at 10:15...

  • REVIEW: PowPAC’s ‘Quartet’ presents a sentimental look at aging

    REVIEW: PowPAC’s ‘Quartet’ presents a sentimental look at aging

    PowPAC’s presentation of “Quartet” is a sweet, if sentimental, commentary on aging that has just enough spice among its four actors to show that retirees still have lots to offer if they just embrace opportunities that arise. The play by Ronald Harwood, that was adapted into a 2012 film, focuses...

  • ‘Quartet’ opens Friday at PowPAC

    ‘Quartet’ opens Friday at PowPAC

    PowPAC, Poway’s Community Theatre, presents the comedy “Quartet,” opening Friday. Commonly referred to as both wickedly funny and poignant, “Quartet” tells the story of four aging opera singers, once famous but now living in a charity retirement home. The four former stars must come together to...

Opinion

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  • Our readers write: Issue of Sept. 21, 2017

    Our readers write: Issue of Sept. 21, 2017

    Don’t boycott NFL I am a big Dick Lyles fan and fully agree with the sentiments he expressed in his Sept. 7 column concerning the National Football League and its handling of the multi-millionaire football players who disrespect our flag and country. Some of these individuals only have a God-given...

  • Guest column: Extreme right, left have similarities

    Guest column: Extreme right, left have similarities

    Last month’s riot and murder in Charlottesville demonstrated the resilience of hate and the incompetence of the local authorities. Most of the discussion since then has demonstrated a lack of understanding of what those events could portend for the future. The Nazi/KKK cabal called on followers...

  • Lyles: The curse of invincible ignorance

    Lyles: The curse of invincible ignorance

    Let's pause a moment, take a deep breath and jump back into the vast sea of open mindedness that once nurtured the seeds most responsible for America’s magnificence.

  • Our readers write: Issue of Sept. 14, 2017

    Our readers write: Issue of Sept. 14, 2017

    Speak up against plan The city has come up with a plan to develop Poway Road. It could result in “new commercial/office development and 1,148 net new residential units” between Oak Knoll and Garden roads, with a heavy concentration between the ARCO gas station and the library. Residents contiguous...

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